Apr 182012

Lawrence O’Donnell on Republican fake outrage and real hypocrisy. Watch the whole thing. I dare you.

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  5 Responses to “Fake outrage, real hypocrisy”

  1. Every morning, I get my blood pumping by listening to a conservative talk radio station. This morning, the Republicans were discussing how out of line Ted Nugent’s comments were and no matter what party one belongs to, one must not speak like that. What’s interesting is that this statement does not come from the Romney party. When the CNN news reporter made her comment, Obama instantly rebuked it; however, the Republicans came back to say he only said that was wrong to play politics and Dems don’t support stay at home women. Obama has been highly supportive of his educated wife who has spend much time being a great mother. How many maids did Mrs. Romney have when raising her boys, and how many times did she leave them to ride horses? I don’t think Mrs. Romney ever worked out of home nor in the home. But that statement is mild compared to Nugent’s comment. The secret service is contacting him… I hope it’s not to party. 😉


  2. It is a known fact that the media is changing or saying the facts to encourage the opponent winning, they can even make the best thing to the worst, beside FoX news I yet to see any media that is legit.


    Ah, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha. LOLROF! LMAO! That’s a good one!

    FIX NEWS. FAUX NEWS. Take your pick. Someone’s been living under a rock.


  4. I wasn’t aware with this news and I am still thankful I have found this video here.. Thanks for the concern..

  5. They can even make the best thing to the worst, beside FoX news I yet to see any media that is legit.

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